The "Mad Men" ratings are in! According to AMC, 3.4 million people tuned in to watch the "Mad Men" Season 6 premiere, which is down slightly from the Season 5 premiere that had 3.5 million. "Mad Men's"
Mad Men is back, and I'm glad. Even though the two-part premiere episode wasn't perfect, it brought some keen acting, sharp dialogue, and stunning visuals. And it brought the show fully into the beginning
Here is Reddit's blog post announcing the news: A long-time lurker, Ellen comes to us by way of a long, adventurous career spanning venture capital, business development, law, and electrical engineering.
Messaging app KakaoTalk is gearing up to release an Android launcher that will be similar to the mobile product Facebook announced last week called Home. KakaoTalk’s co-CEO Sirgoo Lee revealed the plans
The 4G LTE version of Google’s recently launched Chromebook Pixel laptop will reach those customers that ordered it via the Google Play Store on April 12, Google announced. The company posted a short on
Twitter has been expanding its reach over the last year, and it's now moving into music: the company has just confirmed that it's acquired the team behind music discovery site We Are Hunted. The move rumored
Student advocates claim they're more profitable than selling Fords. But their numbers rely on some extremely suspect accounting. On July 1, the interest rate on roughly one out of every three new student
We first heard the news from MacRumors. Simply put, each device faces an issue in production. The iPhone 5S's supposed fingerprint sensor supposedly requires a special color coating to prevent interference.
After 7 Years & 50K Storefronts Created, Shopify Launches Major Redesign To Simplify Online Store-Building
Forrester recently predicted that the online retail market will grow to $370 billion over the next four years, up from $231 billion this year — a 10 percent compound annual growth rate. In other words,
Portugal and Ireland are to be granted an extra seven years to pay back their emergency bailout loans. The European Union and the IMF bailed out the Republic of Ireland in 2010 and Portugal in 2011. The